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Today the Peruvian Gastronomy Society, Apega, announced that the Mistura 2017 not only has a new location as we reported in our article “Mistura 2017 moves to Rimac”, but will be postponed until the end of October.
Since March we know that the 10th edition of Mistura won’t be held at its former location in Lima’s Magdalena del Mar, but moves further north to Callao. Yesterday however Apega, organizer of the event, surprisingly announced another change of location for this year’s gastronomic fair.
For years largely unnoticed by food enthusiasts, Lima, the Peruvian capital, developed into one of the great gastronomic capitals of the world over the past decade that by now can easily compete with old-established gourmet cities such as New York, Paris, Rome and Tokyo.
Peru has one of the best tasting and finest cacao beans and chocolates in the world. To celebrate and showcase the local variety producers, manufacturers, entrepreneurs and exporters of Peruvian cocoa and products made of it come together once a year for the Cacao and Chocolate Salon since 2010.
Ceviche, also spelled Cebiche, is not only one of the most popular dishes in Peru and the pride and joy of all Peruvians, but as well the Peruvian National Dish with its very own National Day. A refreshing and light must-eat full of Peruvian flavor!